Advance sale of tickets for the month of November, 2014, has started at the Theatre’s box office and on its Web site.
September and October of 2014 will see the American Ballet Festival in Moscow where the famous American choreographers Aszure Barton and Shen Wei will present their new works.
On September 30 through October 6, 2014, the Stanislavsky Opera will give guest performances of Sergei Prokofiev’s War and Peace at the Grand Theatre in Tianjin (China).
On July 28, the Theatre’s box office and our web site have started the advance sale of tickets to the November premiere of John Neumeier’s ballet Tatiana, a co-production of the K. S. Stanislavsky and V. I. Nemirovich-Danchenko Musical Theatre and John Neumeier’s Hamburg Ballet.
The online ticket sale system is restored. We apologize for any inconvinience.
The 2014 Moscow Prize for literature and arts in the Visual Arts category has been awarded to Elena Stepanova.
The Melody Recording Company has recorder the compact disc, Tchaikovsky: Romances, with principal singers of the Stanislavsky Opera Natalia Petrozhitskaya and Dmitri Zuev. The presentation of the CD will take place on July 24 at 7pm in the A. N. Skriabin’s House.
On July 20, principal singer of the Theatre’s opera troupe Thomas Baum made his debut as the Count Almaviva in the G. Rossini’s opera Il Barbiere di Siviglia.
On July 17, 18, and 1, John Neumeier conducted a casting for the ballet Tatiana. Then, on July 19, on the last day of his visit, he explained to the troupe his concept and message of the ballet, his vision of the Pushkin’s Eugene Onegin, and his views of different stage versions of the novel. The production will be the third Neumeier’s staging with the Theatre after The Seagull and The Little Mermaid. The Rossia-Kultura TV Channel’s News crew attended the choreographer’s meeting with the Theatres’ ballet troupe.
Today, Artistic Director of Stanislavsky opera Alexander Titel and maestro Alexander Lazarev conduct casting for the opera Khovanschina. The opening night is scheduled for February, 2015.
On July 15, a recital by Igor Zelensky, the People’s Artist of Russia, Artistic Director of the K. S. Stanislavsky and Vl. I. Nemirovich-Danchenko Musical Theatre’s ballet, and leading dancer of the Mariinsky Theatre, was held on stage of the Mariinsky Theatre in Saint-Petersburg.
In the July 14’s performance of the ballet La Sylphide, principal dancer of the Stanislavsky ballet, Dmitri Sobolevsky, performed for the first time the part of James, as Anastasia Limenko did the part of Effie, and Elizaveta Cheprasova, in the first act’s pas de deux; Ksenia Ryzhkova and Elizaveta Cheprasova also made their debuts in the three sylphs. Evgeni Perunov debuted at the podium.
The Orpheus Radio continues its cycle of meetings with art personalities and other people whose lives are associated with the K. S. Stanislavsky and V. I. Nemirovich-Danchenko Musical Theatre. Last Thursday, Alexei Barabanov’s guests at the studio were pianist Natalia Burmeister-Tchaikovskaya and Director of the Theatre’s ballet Zurab Sakhokia.